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ben tells more >> from fox 5 news this is "good day wake-up". juliet: this son returns today. temperatures should reach the upper 50s. upper 50s. but the rain goes away. that is more meaningful. the rest of the weekend of looks pretty cool. audrey has your forecasts. ben: authority is will surge the north salem area of westchester county, it disappeared while approaching the airport in connecticut. juliet: house of representatives
passed the refugees being built by overwhelming majority despite it. the bill places and and future in the senate. ben: a you don't hear a critique by the mayor by the police juliet: good morning, i'm juliet huddy. ben: i am ben simmoneau. it is november 22nd. i am still running on adrenalin. >> we love everybody, wonderful people. ben: my thanks to everybody.
there is a baby plan in place. ben: you know who else is here? juliet: mr audrey 20 junior. should be napping. it is a little early. we have news in the rain treatment, it is to the east, you can leave your umbrellas at home. we will see plenty of sunshine. a couple isolated showers toward montauk point bet everything moving west to east out of the tristate area. temperatures feeling pretty good, it is feeling like spring with readings in the 50s. we are at 58 at central park, 60s earlier, 62 in islip, 67 in belmar, and winds of light along the shore, what is important to
the northwest, that as drier wind direction and cooler one too so we will see drier weather, temperatures drop slowly through the day and you'll see the difference starting tonight as we have cooler weather settling across the northeast. in the hudson valley that will clear out, through the morning hours, we had tried to the west, high pressure in control moving toward the east coast and the dominant weather feature over that next couple days. there's a low to the north as that passes to the north we could see a couple isolated showers early on sunday but in the meantime it looks like plenty of sunshine as we go through, temperatures in the 50s, tomorrow we are only going to reach a high. there's a chance for early-morning showers on sunday, gets cold monday. we are a little below average in
the beginning of next week. that is the check of the weather. we have some updates. >> we are starting this friday with problems. an accident blocking two lanes on prosperous west bound by third avenue, traffic to the bruckner interchange, in new jersey routes evan bayh charlotte circle, it closed both directions, as a major way between both turnpikes, no access to the bridge in that area, plan an alternate route from the word, and years the city. let's take a look at your commute on staten island expressway by bradley avenue doing fine eastbound and westbound, lincoln tunnel doing good. let's go to that camera shot, no delays in the city, seeing those, holland and george washington bridge. mechanical problems with seven trains, service suspended both directions from queens borough plaza and 34th street. the rest of the trains on or
close to schedule, gridlock alert day. juliet: we are following breaking news out of africa. gunman have launched an attack at a hotel in the country's capital. 170 people have been taken hostage and there are reports of gunfire. 30 employees and 100 guests. the united states embassy has asked citizens to stay inside. this is a story we will bring that as of the morning goes on. ben: it is the radisson hotel. 5:05, audio from of the moments before a suicide bomber took her own life in a police raid following the terror attacks, that raid killed the alleged mastermind behind the attack but the hunt for fugitives not over. heather: the french consulate on the upper east side has the latest, the investigation. >> reporter: french police have taken in not mother and brother of the suicide bomber for
what may have been behind her decision to detonate herself before that raid. also french police are still searching for one person connected with these attacks. this as the morning continues on both sides of the atlantic. chen became western europe's first female suicide bomber when sheik blew herself up as police closed in was the cousin of the mastermind behind it terrorists attacks. police thought she was also his girlfriend. listen as they demanded answers from her in the seconds before she donated her bomb. the man police were looking for, mastermind abdelhamid abaaoud was killed. >> translator: we do not receive prior information from any european country, where he could have gone through before reaching france. >> reporter: the suicide bomber's brother told the daily mail he never saw her open the
koran and she only started wearing a muslim veil month ago. she has been described as at a heavy drinker and partier. police have conducted 600 raid since the attacks that killed 125 people. police of looking for this man, the prime minister of police are not sure if he is still in france. as days go by the attacks only become more horrifying. chilling video of one of the attacks which was posted on dailymail.com shows patrons and employees and a restaurant ducking for cover as bullets flew. this morning, the consulate on fifth avenue, all the flowers that have been left mourning the victims. french president francois hollande is due to meet with president obama tuesday in washington, and then will fly to
moscow to meet with russian president vladimir putin on thursday. that is the latest. live from the french consulate, back to you. ben: thanks very much. showdown between congress and president obama is looming over of assyrian refugees who are hoping to enter this country. juliet: the house overwhelmingly passed a bill that effectively stops refugees, some democrats joined in the republicans and which is a rarity, teresa priolo has details on this. >> reporter: a vote of 239-137, the house moved a step closer to halting the united states refuge deprogram. this move had significant democratic support. concerned that terrorists may want to come here, take advantage of our good will and do us harm. >> 289, and the nays are 137, the bill is passed.
representatives overwhelmingly approved a measure that slows the flow of refugees into the united states. all in an effort to halt the incoming surge of syrians mean that country's civil war. >> if our law enforcement and intelligence community cannot verify that each and every person coming here is not a security threat then they shouldn't be allowed in. >> reporter: the house bill requires three national security chief to sign off on each refugee. the fbi, department of homeland security and national intelligence agency must conduct background investigations to certify that each person is not a threat. >> on the heels of what we have just seen in paris and around the world with 900 casualties as a result of these terrorist attacks the speaker of the house is right. our first priority has to be protecting the american people. >> reporter: the house measure moves to the senate were democratic leader harry reid quickly said, quote, don't worry, in won't get past.
the measure arguing it would create too many delays and obstacles and democrats believe they have a better plan. >> i believe the bill we put forth is stronger because it is smarter. it is more discreet, more targets what we have to do, it is more of a message. >> reporter: the house measure passed with such support that it should prove to be veto-proof. if it makes to the president's testing is unclear 47 democrats will side with the president on the issue or stand by their original vote. it needs to make its way to the senate and that is up in the air. juliet: we will see what happens. big news out of westchester, the search continues for small plane that reportedly crashed in northern westchester county, the danbury airport in connecticut yesterday afternoon when it dropped off the radar. juliet: emergency respond as
north salem after witnesses they saw a small plane in the area, no information on the type of plane or how many people were on board. we will have more on this developing story when we received the info. ben: bill bratton is criticizing bill deblasio for is the late response to the homelessness issue facing this city. and mayer was late to acknowledge the issue that exploded over the past two years under the mayor's leadership. bill deblasio pledge $2.6 billion to combat homelessness earlier this week. the raids started spiking this year and are up 13% from two years ago. juliet: new information on last year's deadly building explosion in east harlem. the state report says con ed violated a dozen safety regulations in connection with an explosion. inspect a gas pipe leading to the park avenue building.
were hurt, civil lawsuits should not be brought against it. and blames the city saying the crack in the joint was caused by acid or breach. ben: a lot more still to come. after 30 years, jonathan pollard is a free man today. find out where he will and will not. ben: and the brother of audrey plenty is performing. >> the one and only. >> meteorologist: let's talk about the weather, expecting drier weather to move into the tristate area. once it rises, 58 degrees, we are in the 50s through the afternoon, breezy at times, chilly in the shade a new contract weather by downloading our weather apps, myfoxny.com and you can find it free at the google play store and itunes store.
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outside, very 90, i went all summer without complaining and salt shredders took to the results practicing for the winter storm, felt like christmas for drivers. they call that snover time. remember that? ben: there are nine of them. ben: meeting to snow totals. juliet: you had your little baby. juliet: they are announced by now. we want to see people tuning in. ben: saturday night, he was born at 2:17 saturday after noon, right around the corner here, great nurses, great doctors,
the nurses who watches us, she says july know you? he is 9 pounds, 4 oz. juliet: a little rough because your daughter was -- ben: i was 9:15. one oz close of being 10 pounds. many was 7-2. she is 9:43. almost the same size. my daughter is warming up. take a little time. juliet: happy to have you back. welcome back and congratulations. >> meteorologist: we welcome back some sunshine across the
from last night, some of the totals over an inch in danbury, islip and central park and enjoy and the quarter, westhampton came in under an inch, same at newark liberty airport and jfk. right now we are starting to dry out. we shifted to the east and we are left with mild temperatures in the area, where a 58 degrees. we are at 60 in islip, montauk and upper 40s. and northwest. and cooler and drier air. it pushed to the east in new england. everything is drying out and we see plenty of sunshine. high pressure in control. and very nice and dry weather in
future cast showing plenty of sunshine friday. clear skies and cool temperatures, significantly northwest. tomorrow we will come with high clouds, there will be the threat of an isolated showers on sunday. it is relatively quiet the next couple days. looking ahead we see tonight we expect temperatures to take a big drop, normally we should be in the low 50s, close to that today, the record was 77 degrees this date. tomorrow sunny skies with a high of 50, 52 sunday, 40s monday and next week temperatures stay relatively cool, thanksgiving looks good for the travel day before and the holiday thursday, dry conditions and temperatures in the 50s. see how good it looks on the roads, ines as your traffic day.
let's start with the roads, cross bronx jammed westbound as you approach third avenue, two lanes blocked with an accident, traffic on the bruckner interchange, new jersey route 7 from charlotte circle towards the new work jersey city turnpike, those turnpikes, close because of an accident investigation, and the accident occurred, take a look at your commute. on the lie by south oyster bay road fine with counties down, lie, that camera shot, so far so good by grand central park west bound and you can see a slowdown, construction set up the service road doing fine, seven trains, signaled problems affecting service trains, suspended both ways from queens borough plaza and 34th street, customers edge use the end train as an alternate, the rest of the trains on or close to schedule,
gridlock alert as you mentioned, there are nine so this is number one. ben: there are nine. juliet: fantastic. diplomatic tension between israel and america could ease a little bit. ben: and american convicted of spying for israel in thes just walked out of a north carolina prison. kerry drew explains why. >> reporter: jonathan pollard spent 30 years behind bars. in the 1980s he was a navy intelligence analysts convicted of passing classified documents to israel. is sensational trial made headlines around the world and his incarceration cause tension between israel and the u.s.. his supporters maintain he provided critical information to israel's security but in the u.s. he was condemned as a traitor. after the 61-year-old was released he faces a number of restrictions. >> people close to mr. pollard haven't talked much about what
his plans are after he gets out of jail. his lawyers have told u.s. officials that he intends to live in the new york area. his desire is to go to israel. cannot do that without permission from u.s. officials. he will be on parole for five years. >> reporter: he cannot go to israel but benjamin netanyahu asked the u.s. to waive his parole and let him return to israel. his wife lives in israel says that let him return so we will see what happens. ben: interesting. thanks very much. former subway spokesman jerrod vogel, a long time bohai and bars.
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juliet: derek jeter firing on allegations he back from an underwear deal because of rapper $0.50. the owner of the underwear company says he dropped an endorsement deal because he thought signing the brand, too urban. suing for $5 million. it is the center category, with allegations. ben: that is superexpensive men's underwear, $100 a pair. a dell's new album 25 comes out today but if you want to carry you have to buy it.
ben: you are mixed on this song. juliet: i am the only person who doesn't get why everyone thinks is a great song. is great. i don't know. ben: highly anticipated album may not be available in spotify and apple music. reportedly made the decision similar to a taylor swift a year ago. streaming devalued her music by giving it away for free, no word if 25 will be available for streaming in the future. that album is expected to sell a million copies in the first week. juliet: which is why she is able to do this. islam artist doesn't work that way.
cooler, monday, looks pretty cold. juliet: doesn't mean it will not snow by january 1st. juliet: daylight search resumes for of plane that went missing when approaching danbury airport. not sure what kind of plane it is but they are focusing on the north salem area. ben: chimpanzees will no longer be used for government research. luke gatti being retired to a sanctuary. juliet: judges will team up on the final season of american idol. ryan seacrest says all the former judges including the evil one himself simon cowell will be back next year. j. low, how do you look like that.
she is not a human being. >> you but spectacular. it is nice to be back. it is friday the 20th of november. 0. daughter is doing well. ben: my daughter would prefer him to be a girl, but all things happiness. miss you guys, good morning. >> went to check on him. ben: playing on "good day," why is he in so early? >> they told him to come in this early. and in the green room. hopefully getting a few winks here. for everyone else up at this
hour looks like you can leave your umbrellas at home, you will see plenty of sunshine for your friday, rain from last night, much of yesterday and last night has shifted to the east and we are seeing drier weather working in from the west, current temperature 58 degrees in central park, 60s earlier, we will see numbers stayed pretty steadily across the area, wind shift from a but northwest's across the region, behind the cold front approaching as we have temperatures in the 30s and '40's in pittsburgh and, in detroit, buffalo, still mild ahead of a friend as you see from numbers across boston down towards d.c.. these numbers will take a tumble tonight, you'll feel the difference, it will feel cold and high pressure will be the dominant weather feature for most of the eastern seaboard, plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the 50s for much of friday. will be breezy at times and gillian a shade. it might stay on the sunny side of the street. tonight temperatures will be in
the 30s nw, tomorrow's high 15 central park with plenty of sunshine, a couple isolated showers saturday in to sunday but we should stay mainly dry much of the weekend, temperatures in the 40s on monday, plenty of sunshine tuesday and the weather looks relatively quiet into thanksgiving holiday which we few minutes. heather: people should always be on the sunny side of the street in life. it should be a light vein. >> meteorologist: ines: an earlier comment cleared away, with an accident traffic remaining slow for the bruckner interchange and route 7 from jersey city to carney is closed including wooden bridge from the charlotte circle and new jersey turnpike, jersey city turnpike split over the bridge by fish
house road, 46 and 3 looks fine. let's take a look at your commute this morning. on the lie suffolk county by terry road west bound moving a little slow below the speed limit but moving, didn't hear anything going on, he's gone fine, signaled problems affecting service suspended both directions from main street to 34th street, use the n train as an alternate, the rest of the trains on or close to schedule, gridlock alert number one of the season, back to you. ben: flashing red lights very serious. following breaking news out of africa. ben: perhaps another terror attack, ten gunmen stormed the hotel in the country's capital, the company that runs the radisson. hotel says assailants have taken 170 hostages, 30 of the hostages our employees, 140 of the my guests at the hotel, the gunman were heard shouting god is great in arabic during the attack, radisson is an american. >> we would keep an eye on that
chilling audio has been released from the raid killed the alleged mastermind behind the attacks. ben: now that the ring leader has been killed there hunting for more fugitives. let's go to robert moses live outside the french consulate on fifth avenue with the latest on the ongoing investigation. >> good morning. as you can see there has been an outpouring of support at a french consulate on fifth avenue with flowers and messages in memory of those who died. french police still searching for at least one suspect. western europe's first female suicide bomber when she blew herself up as police closed in was the cousin of the mastermind of a kind of terrorist attacks. police thought she was also his girlfriend's. listen as they demand answers from her in the seconds before
the man police were looking for, abdelhamid abaaoud, was killed. >> we did that received prior information for many european countries, where he could have gone through. >> the suicide bomber told the daily mail in never saw her open the koran and she only started wearing a muslim veil month ago. she has been described as a heavy drinker and partier. police have conducted 600 raids since the attacks last friday that killed 129 people. they are still looking for this man, the prime minister said police are not sure if he is still in france. as days go by the attacks only become more horrifying. schilling video of one of the attacks which was posted on dailymail.com says pickens and employees in a restaurant ducking for cover as bullets flew.
french police have also taken in suicide bomber's mother and brother for questioning and continued to interrogate those eight suspects netted in the raids. that is the latest from the french consulate this morning on the upper east side. back to you. >> i was pulled over this morning just after i had gone approved the tri borough bridge, the easy pass area, they had a flashlight on the enduing the security check. that. makes me feel a little safer. to other news a showdown between congress and president obama a looming over syrian refugees hoping to get into the country. ben: the house ignored a veto threat and passed a bill yesterday that would stop refugees from coming and with democrats joining republicans. teresa priolo has details on this debate in washington. >> interesting game of chicken, you will, you won't and this is
what happen. via of 289-1 thirty-second house moves closer to halting the united states refugee program. this was made possible with significant democratic support, brought to the 4 as concerns rose terrorists wanted to take advantage of our own good will and do us harm. >> yeas 289 and the names are 137. the bill is passed. >> republican controlled house of representatives overwhelmingly approved the measure that slows the flow of refugees into the united states in an effort to halt the incoming surge of syrians fleeing the country's civil war. >> of law-enforcement and intelligence community cannot verify each and every person coming here is not a security threat they should not be allowed in. >> reporter: the house bill requires three national security chiefs to sign off on each refugee. security and national
intelligence agency must conduct background investigations to threat. >> on the heels of what we have just seen in paris and around the world with 900 casualties as a result of these terrorist attacks the speaker of the house is right. our first priority has to be protecting the american people. >> reporter: the house measure moves to the senate where harry reid quickly said, quote, don't worry, it won't get past. president obama vowed to veto the measure arguing it would create too many delays and obstacles and some democrats believe they have a better plan. >> it is stronger because it is smarter, more discreet, targets what we have to do. it is the message and a message. >> reporter: the house measure passed with such support that it could prove to be veto-proof but if it makes it to the president's does it is unclear if those 47 democrats will
continue to side with the president or stand by the original vote. the fate of that remains up in the air. six democrats need to join with the senate to pass this bill assuming it gets put to a vote and is even more for a veto-proof majority. we have a long way to go before that happens. >> reporter: house democrats sided with republicans might be looking for a bit of an uphill battle. just depends. thanks very much. the search will continue for a small plane that reportedly crashed in northern westchester county. the plane was approaching the danbury airport in connecticut yesterday afternoon when it dropped off the rate of. emergency responders have been scouring the reservoir in north salem after witnesses say they saw a small plane in the area. there is no information on the type of plane or how many are on board. we have more on the developing story when we receive the information.
ben: the rain moving out. years audrey. >> reporter: at the bus stop you want to address the kids comfortably. they don't need rain boots or the umbrellas because the rain ended. we expect a mild side that does not mean we won't see temperatures this afternoon, steadily through the 50s hands plenty of sunshine through the afternoon hours. in central park, 60 at isil, 62 in poughkeepsie, belmar through network and monticello, checking in at 43 degrees, winds are breezy out there, from the northwest which is a dryer and cooler wind direction for the tristate area and meaning we will see temperatures taking a tumble as we go through the afternoon and you will feel the difference especially tonight. the rain shifted to the east, high pressure moving in from the west setting aside for a very nice day. plenty of sunshine and temperatures stay through the 50s, 50 tomorrow, 52 sunday, 40s monday, nice and dry as we going to thanksgiving holiday. that is a check of your weather
and check our apps if you want to check the weather with as you and do so at myfoxny.com weather. daily and hourly forecasts and interactive radar to track any rainshowers with us. you can find it free at your itunes store and for that check your weather, let's check the traffic this morning. your traffic watch. >> if you're traveling this morning westchester no problems on the tappan zee bridge, westchester bounce, and accidents across the bronx, is still there, west bound by third avenue, delays back to the bruckner interchange. let's take a look at your commute in new jersey along route 80 exit 42 traffic towards the east bound by 202 towards 280, no issues on the west down side, george washington bridge doing good upper and lower level, no issues with the catch holiday-cookie cheer
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bomber killed in a police raid, audio released from moments before she detonated her bomb where she argued with police, police are hunting for another suspect in those attacks. juliet: con and under attack in a state report in east harlem. the utility violated a dozen safety regulations and failed to test and inspect a faulty joint, con ed blaming the city for broken sewer line. >> national institute of health sending its last remaining research chimpanzees in to retirement. animals will be sent to a federal sanctuary that has room for them, 300 chimps will be retired over the next two years, the director said there is no justification for continued animals. a lot of people happy about that. duke is off, good news for jets fans, ryan fits patrick will start against houston, his former team barring any
juliet: surgery nine days ago to repair ligament on his thumb and he did a good job during practice, that cannot be comfortable. a quarterback, he says he is still in pain, and he will wear a protective brace. >> rangers nine game winning streak is over, third period against tampa bay, new york on the power play, they will steal the puck and slap it into the net for the winning goal. tampa bay wins at 2:1. juliet: baseball named the mvp in the national league, hands down, brian harper, national outfield, 23 years old, received -- you hade the nationals, he is not the nicest guy. ben: he was in that fight was jonathan apple bond.
yen this unanimous policemen -- because someone is so successful and athletic. harper had 42 homers, knocked in 99 runs and batted 330. ben: not bad for a 23-year-old. in the american league cy around the blue jays judge donaldson, the 29-year-old was acquired in the off-season, pretty good pickup, donaldson scored a league-leading 122 runs. that is incredible. here's a nice story to tell you about. juliet: one elementary school student when the extra mile to help a classmate being bullied. the bullies were picking on the boy because of his shoes. in this video posted to facebook our young hero stepped in and giveed and the boy brand new pair of lebron james nike sneakers.
the two boys hugged. the act of kindness picked up by lebron who repose did the video to his instagram page which is awesome. ben: this next story will wipe away those tears it sounds like. juliet: splitting with your partner got easier. on facebook. facebook is the devil lies where. is actually good. >> facebook, after you change a relationship status, the tool will let you all for what you see so is less painful like making sure their posts don't show up on your news feed and eliminate the photos and videos that come up. the break a protection tool is
the united states. thank you so much. ben: of little tivo music. >> playing in the 9:00 hour. we will tell you. >> we have video of that, right now temperatures and 58 degrees in central park, winds out of the northwest at 10 miles an hour, pressure is rising indicating we have better weather moving into the tristate area. a cold front working through the region today. data but still mild from boston toward d.c.. behind the front cool temperatures our readings in the 30s in detroit, 42 toward williamsport. rain from yesterday and last night, early this morning has shifted to the east, drier weather working in from of the west and we will see plenty of sunshine as we go through friday, high pressure will be
look at future cast shows clear skies today and tonight. a few clouds, through the afternoon, an isolated shower tomorrow night into early sunday. other than that it should be a quiet weekend, temperatures cooling off a bit. ties reach the highs in the 60s, and we stay steadily through the afternoon with plenty of sunshine. only 50 in the park in the northwest, chance of showers sunday, we will stay dry next week and temperatures stay cool as we go into thanksgiving holiday. they love of the turkey. juliet: go back to that turkey. problems with the commute. ines: lie doing fine, delays by
stall here in the expressway. route 7 by charlotte circle an accident investigation closed include the bridge by fish house road. charlotte circle and the newark jersey city turnpike. that will be a mess this morning, let's look at your commute on staten island expressway by bradley boulevard eastbound and westbound. normal delays approach the brooklyn bridge because of construction, but that delay always slow northbound at this time.
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